refit

All Noun Verb
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  • She began a refit later that year in which she received radio and new fire control systems.
  • These include both the version seen in the television series, and the refit design intended for season five.
  • For several days after that I was employed in refitting my ship for sea. Cited from Hurricane Hurry, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • They spent a few days there with shore leave and refit, while waiting for orders.
  • Following refit, she put to sea on her third and final war patrol.
  • Her refitting was completed and she was given a new all-white colour scheme.
  • She was refitted in August and spent the rest of the year training.
  • She was sold later that same year and was refitted for merchant service.
  • Then they settled about refitting the ships, for they had all that was necessary for doing it. Cited from The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 8, by Rossiter Johnson
  • She was again paid off, in September that year, followed by another series of refits.
  • The lake has recently been refitted on the east shore for a public swimming location.
  • After four years at sea, Discovery was in great need of a refit.
  • Many of the vessels in the fleet were now very old and needed refitting.
  • The refit was completed in early June and the ship spent the rest of the month working up.
  • While, however, their ships were refitting they were constantly in each other's society. Cited from From Powder Monkey to Admiral, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • For her new role she was given a third refit.
  • The division was subsequently called back to Germany for rest and refitting.
  • She then departed for her refit that began in July of that year.
  • The new owners decided not merely to give the vessel a total refit.
  • Marie, where she was laid up, and refitted by her crew during the winter.
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Synonyms of refit

Meaning of refit

  • noun Outfitting a ship again (by repairing or replacing parts)
  • verb Fit out again